Removal Defense in Orlando

Need help with Orlando Immigration Court? American Dream™ Law Office at 1006 Woodcock Road is just steps away from the courthouse. 

From Orlando Immigration Court at 3535 Lawton Road, come straight down McCrory Place, turn right on Woodcock Road, and you’ll be facing our building. The legal team at American Dream™ Law Office is ready to assist with all matters in Immigration Court.  

Removal—which used to be called deportation—is something you can fight if you take action promptly and know your available defense strategies. If you are facing removal in the Orlando area, you can give yourself the best chance for success by contacting an experienced Orlando removal defense attorney as soon as possible to start building your case for defense. It is particularly important to act quickly once you have received a Notice to Appear.

American Dream™ Law Office wants to help you succeed. We will pursue all the defense options that apply in your case and do everything possible to fight removal. Regardless of how you entered the United States, you could be eligible for many different types of relief. But you cannot take advantage of these provisions unless you understand when and how they apply. Our removal defense lawyers have the knowledge and advocacy skills to help you win your case.

Defenses Against Deportation in Orlando

There are two primary stages to removal defense. First, you could show why the allegations against you are incorrect. Essentially, you are arguing that you are not actually subject to removal.

If the government still finds that removal is justified, you can request one or more different types of relief from removal. Depending on the situation, you could be eligible for:

  • Cancellation of removal based on hardship
  • Asylum or withholding of removal
  • A waiver of inadmissibility
  • Adjustment of status
  • A visa available for victims of certain crimes
  • Temporary protected status

If all opportunities for deportation relief are rejected by immigration authorities, American Dream™ Law Office can help you arrange a voluntary departure. This step will make it easier to return to the U.S. in the future.

Notice to Appear

For many people in Orlando, the first time they learn of problems with immigration authorities is when they receive a Notice to Appear informing them that there are grounds to have them removed from the U.S. This document can cause a panic attack, and it prompts some people to try to hide. However, trying to evade authorities weakens your case and can make it much harder to defend against removal.

Instead, it is important to comply with requirements while exploring all options for relief.

The Notice to Appear should explain the reasons the government believes you are subject to removal. It is crucial to examine these reasons in detail to determine how to refute the allegations. The Notice will also provide information about when and where you should appear in court. If you fail to appear, you may be prevented from obtaining virtually any type of relief.

In some cases, authorities detain individuals before the hearing in court. If you are in detention, your immigration attorney could request a bond hearing to help secure your release while you wait for the removal proceedings to continue. If you contact your attorney right after being taken into detention, your lawyer may be able to negotiate a bond without a hearing.

An Orlando Removal Defense Lawyer is Ready to Help

U.S. immigration law is complicated, and officials are overworked. While the laws provide opportunities for relief for many people subject to removal, it can be hard to persuade the judge that relief is appropriate in your case. 

The experienced Orlando removal defense lawyers at American Dream™ Law Office know how to ensure that officials hear your side of the story so that you get fair treatment and the best chance for relief. To get started with removal defense, contact us now. 

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